South Korean president: Meeting with U.S., North Korea a 'turning point'

South Korean President Moon Jae-in said on Thursday morning that a second meeting between the US and North Korea would soon be a turning point and could bring peace to the peninsula. He said the same of North Korea's leader Kim Jong-un's visit to the South Korean capital.
Jae-in stated that the South Korean government would cooperate with the US to resolve the sanctions problem.
It was reported in August that South Korea sent 1 billion won (about $893,240) worth of sanctioned material to North Korea.